Science and Maths Films/Videos, Museum, Publication and Posters :

  1. A walk through mathematics! - A film for a wide audience! Nine chapters, two hours of maths, that take you gradually up to the fourth dimension. Mathematical vertigo guaranteed! Background information on every chapter: see "Details".

  2. http://www.newton.ac.uk/wmy2kposters/index.html - During World Mathematical Year 2000, a sequence of posters designed at the Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences was displayed month by month in the trains of the London Underground. The posters were designed to stimulate, fascinate - even infuriate! But most importantly that they bring maths to life, illustrating the wide applications of modern mathematics in all branches of science - physical, biological, technological and financial. They are also available for sale — http://www.secure-server-uk.com/macommerce/product_info.php?cPath=30_32&products_id=100

  3. http://www.mathmuseum.org/ - The Goudreau Museum of Mathematics in Art and Science seeks to promote and encourage interest in mathematics for everyone, regardless of age or mathematical background.

  4. http://www.maths.liv.ac.uk/lms/funmaths/history.htm - FunMaths Roadshow currently comprises fourteen ‘Boxes’, each of 25 practical mathematical activities on laminated A3 baseboards.

  5. http://www.math-art.eu/  - European Society for Mathematics and Art is an institution of cultural creation and diffusion.

  6. http://www.canal-u.tv/producteurs/science_en_cours /dossier_programmes/les_ondes/pour_l_enseignement/tambour_que_dis_tu_1985 - "… Professor Bourguignon is the mathematical author or co-author of the videos Tambour, que dis-tu?, which was awarded a prize at the Palaiseau International Science Film Festival in 1987, and The New Shepherd's Lamp. …"). In general, videos at the "la videotheque numerique de l'enseignement superieur": http://www.canal-u.tv/

    7. http://issuu.com/columbiaengineeringschool/docs/excellentia2/25 - This is the official ISSUU site of Columbia  Engineering School at Columbia University.

    8. http://maths.york.ac.uk/www/UgradBooksgen - A list of popular mathematics and science books treating different aspects of the subject. These are not texts - their purpose is to inspire and enthuse, as well as to show how important mathematics is.

    Science outreach for Teachers and School students:

    1. http://www.curiouscity.org/science/index.php - They deliver innovative, hands-on activities related to science, which are educational, as well as challenging and fun. They organise science camps, science workshops, school programs, field trips.

    2. http://www.navnirmiti.org/ - Navnirmiti is dedicated to acquiring, developing, innovating, producing and disseminating high quality, low cost/no cost (LCNC) learning methods, tools and systems to bring about universalisation of elementary mathematics and science skills and competencies.

    3. http://mathforum.org/library/topics/ - The maths forum at Drexel is internet Mathematics library.

      1. http://legacy.earlham.edu/~peters/knotlink.htm#videosart - collection of knotting resources.

      2. http://archives.math.utk.edu/popmath.html - some exciting expositions of mathematics. The parent website http://archives.math.utk.edu/ may also be of relevance.

          Science Association :

          1. http://www.bgvs.org/index.php/program - Spreading scientific knowledge and scientific world vision amongst the people, working for literacy, continuing education, basic education, policy studies etc. are to close the Knowledge Divide. Efforts in watershed management, technology development, local area planning, formation of Self Help Groups, development of micro enterprises etc. are efforts to close Economic Divide. Children's Science Festivals, Women Science (Samata) Festivals, Gyan Vigran Vidyalaya (Wisdom Schools) Movement etc. all are efforts to bridge the Social Divide.

          General Science and Maths Outreach :

          1. http://www.mitacs.ca/outreach/show-math - Through unique research and training programs, Mitacs is developing the next generation of innovators with vital scientific and business skills. In partnership with companies, government and academia, Mitacs is supporting a new economy using Canada’s most valuable resource – its people. Their programs are Accelerate, Elevate, Globalink, Enterprise, step, outreach.

          2. http://www.maths.ed.ac.uk/~s0681349/index.html - Julia Collins - Knot theorist, science communicator and sheep collector. http://makerfaireedinburgh.com/ and http://www.sciencefestival.co.uk/whats-on/categories/workshop/powerful-patterns- Edinburgh International Science Festival.

          3. http://people.maths.ox.ac.uk/dusautoy/ and http://findingmoonshine.blogspot.com/ -
            Marcus du Sautoy

          4. http://www.ihp.fr/en/node/420 - Institut Henri Poincare exhibitions

          Others :

          1. http://www.cafescientifique.org/ - Cafe Scientifique is a place where, for the price of a cup of coffee or a glass of wine, anyone can come to explore the latest ideas in science and technology. Meetings take place in cafes, bars, restaurants and even theatres, but always outside a traditional academic context.

          2. http://pages.towson.edu/shirley/math301.html - history of mathematics course.

          3. http://scientia.rice.edu/ - Scientia provides an oppurnity for scholarly discussion across disciplinary boundries.